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from two states, back to heather and indicate. >> i want to update you, you can see tennessee has now been called for mitt romney. no big surprise. he wins the state of tennessee 588% to barack obama's 42%. want to let you knee we are getting number from the state of new jersey. let's go ahead and take a look at those numbers. new jersey 14 electoral votes. you can see president obama trailing mitt romney in the state of new jersey. ken you want to take a look at other states. >> the ones we are paying attention to are ohio and virginia. so let's see where we are out in ohio, president obama leading 57% to 43% in ohio. very critical swing state in this election. we want to look at virginia as well. and that is where mitt romney is ahead of president obama but again, not all of the votes have been counted and in many cases these are absentee ballots or ballots from the part of the state that don't benefit the president. and another thing is that when you see these raw numbers, in some case where is we have called states that are red or blue, that is because the ap is doing exit polls a
or tennessee this 1014. she lives in tennessee now and used to live in kentucky. one congressman tells the newspaper judd could challenge senate minority leader mcconnell. the congressman goes on to say money would pour in for her. >>> female giraffe created an unusual sight. she remained calm, she peeked her head out she is make the move to be with other giraffes at her new zoo. >>> president obama gets back to work following his election victory. the looming financial crisis the president will be forced to tackle with the divided congress. >>> prepping for an incoming storm late night construction on an east bay highway to make sure drivers stay safe during today's rain. >> reporter: i'm terry mcsweeney at the embassy suites in burlingame, 500 guests were evacuated for hours this morning after carbon monoxide was detected in the hotel. now the controversy about how that evacuation was handled, coming up in a live report. >> good morning. you are looking at the bay bridge toll, the metering lights on. traffic backing towards the macarthur maze, carpool lanes and fast track whiching --
steve cohen from tennessee. love to have you on the show every time, congressman. let's backpedal a little bit and tell a little bit on the general petraeus story. head of c.i.a. and accomplished germ so it's also a sad story. some are speculating now that, hey, you know, did this have something to do with his--how he handled ben mankiewicz bengahzi. do you anything on that. >> general petraeus has done a lot of for our country. i was told that he once had political aspirations and wanted to run for president. i'm surprised they didn't choose him, and i'm pleased they didn't. he might have won. this takes him out of public service. he was a great american. >> cenk: michael, let me turn to you now on that issue. it's interesting center feinstein said that she wished the president had not accept his resignation. but the president did accept his resignation. does that make you think this is more than an fair an affair. >> i don't know anything more of it. i usually think it's just an affair. thinkspeaking of what congressman cohen just said, now that he put his glasses on, i don't kn
with a second term to make a decision. >> but on capitol hill, tennessee republican senator bob corker spoke with rice wednesday and later warned the president that the job of secretary of state is held to a higher standard than that of other appointees. >>> last night on "hard ball," susan collins talked about her meeting with ambassador rice. she says why she is troubled about rice's comments on the attack on the u.s. mission in benghazi, libya. >> she says that she relied on information that was given to her but it's obvious that she chose to emphasize some aspects and down play others. and, frankly, i think the u.n. ambassador along with the secretary of state should be above politics and that she should have just said, no, i'm not going to go on those shows. it's the wrong issue and the wrong time of year. i've got to maintain my credibility. >> you can catch "hardball" at 5:00 and 7:00 eastern. >>> later today time mag zinl release a provocative exclusive. they call mohammed morsy the most important man in the middle east. president morsy says he is promising elections in two months. h
in the ohio and tennessee valley. that is coming our way. it's going to change everything in about 12 to 18 hours. i'll explain when 9news now returns. >>> for the fourth year, wusa9 is proud to be helping the su o to raise money in order to feed local military families this holiday season. but we need your help. if you'd like to contribute to a holiday food basket for our local military families, go to wusa9.com. click on the uso icon on our home page. all the money you donate stays right here in our community for families like the leaders. >> reporter: dinner time at the leaders is controlled chaos. laurie and her husband, staff sergeant tim leader run a tight ship. they have no choice. >> i'm josh and this is jasper. >> i'm jeremy. >> i'm jona. >> i'm joel. >> reporter: in case you've lost count, they have 12 children. >> i remember seeing a thing, an ad for a store one time. it said the average family will go through 27 boxes of cereal in a year. i kind of laughed at that because we go through 50 boxes in a month. >> corn, mixed vegetables and mow take toes, fruits -- potatoes, fruits.
memphis, tennessee and oklahoma city. beautiful weather for this november. anywhere near the lakes you're dealing with lake effects showers. areas like cleveland, 43. so, once again, yes, the next storm will move up the mid-atlantic through the northeast. mostly it will be all rain. the waves will be the only issue because there's no protection for any structure. >> cleanup efforts, just a pain. >> yes, it'll set everyone back by about a day. >> bill, thanks so much. >>> this weekend marks the final stretch a very long campaign. >> and after all that we've been through together, nevada, we sure as heck can't give up now. >> now i want you to know, i'm confident about the future. i'm optimistic. >> the frenetic race to election day less than 96 hours away. >>> and a must-see joe biden top ten list. you're watching "early today." >> announcer: brought to you by the makers of sen trim men and women. have you taken the most complete multi-vitamin today? >>> 96 hours to go. the candidates plan to spend a lot of time in the battleground state of ohio. nbc's tracie pots has those details. tra
to read. it started in my hometown and --. >> stephen: in severeville. >> in severeville, tennessee. you're one of the few people that ever says that right. >> stephen: well, i'm from the south. that's a tough name for a child to grow up in. severeville. >> that's how you pronounce it. >> stephen: was it severe? >> well, it was at times, yeah. >> stephen: you're one 1206 kids. >> that's right. six girls and six boys. >> stephen: i'm one of 11 kids. eight boys, three girls. >> well, you're probably catholic, right? (laughter) >> stephen: and i'm guessing you're not! >> we were just hillbillies. (laughter) i guess you were too, right? >> stephen: how fast can you say your brother and sisters names? want to race? i'll give you one name head start. ready, one, two, three, go. (both speaking at once) (laughter) >> stephen: very good. very good. >> oh, that's cute! >> stephen: now you're known -- you have talents. you're known as being a very genuine person. can you teach know fake that? (laughter) >> i can fake through it. >> stephen: it is eye contact? is that what it is? >> well, some of it
alpha dog tennessee congressman scott desjarlais. this republican rottweiler is a staunch family values culture warrior whose web site says all life should be cherished and protected and recently described himself as a consistent supporter of pro-life values. now i have been very clear on where i stand on this divisive issue. and anyone who disagrees with me should be failed into a coffin full of spikes. >> well, desjarlais recently proved his flexibility by lifting his leg and peeing on his own position. >> a pro-life tennessee congressman caught on tape, republican representative and physician scott desjarlais had a relationship with a patient and she became pregnant. >> colbert: shocking. a conservative republican congressman was caught having an illicit affair and it wasn't with a man! woohoo! but folks this affair is not now desjarlais showed he has the swing sack to lead the alpha pack. representative scott desjarlais doesn't dispute a transcript of a recorded phone conversation in which he bears to urge the woman to terminate the pregnancy. during the conversation, desjarlais a
s bajo es de 3 dólares con 18 centavos en tennessee . >> el viernes negro continúa el jueves el deseo de vender más hace que se abran las peurtas antes, los trabajadores de día de acción de gracias no lo ven bien. >> es el día de la locura donde hay descuentos pero este viernes negro puede ser jueves negro porque abre el mismo día de acción de gracias >> hay más oportunidad para comprar. >> pero según los expertos esto pdoria ser el reflejo de cambios. >> los objetos tienen un valor social porque su compra está relacionada con els tartus. >> loc ierto es que los empleados no están contentos. >> somos seres humanos y queremos un día de acción de gracias >> los trabajdores no tienen sindicato pero llaman a protestas en día de acción de gracias la reaccion de wallmart dice que solo hay pocos empleados para la televisión la mayoria esta entusiamado con el viernes negro la compañía pide al directoria que se ahorren los problema ese día los trabajadores haran loq tienen que hacer. >> yo voy a ir al movimiento >> univisión desde la florida >> para miles de personas en mujer e
tennessee accident caused by standing water in the left lane. two accidents in san francisco both due to standing water and flooding north 101 at third new accident northbound 280 at ocean avenue. slow it down folks, stay home you can, use mass transit, the roads are really dangerous this morning. >>> 5:11. >>> next holiday toy danger coming from overseas. the new alert now going out to parents. >>> rescue off the coast of mexico. the bay area help to save an injured cargo ship worker. >>> we are tracking the storm on live doppler, showing you know rain across the bay area, some of it is moderately heavy depending on where you are. we have thousands of power outages especially napa and saratoga area. we'll check that as well. meteorologist mike nicco is tracking the up to the minute esei ♪ we were skipping stones and letting go ♪ ♪ over the river and down the road ♪ [ female announcer ] at nature valley, we know nature comes together in amazing ways. that's why we bring together natural ingredients, like dark chocolate with toasted oats, or sweet golden honey. perfect combinat
are talking to callers from non-swing states. phyllis from tennessee on our line for democrats. good morning. caller: good morning. i do not understand how some people are talking about mitt romney, what he is doing. he talks against trade. but he is sending jobs overseas. he does not care about the middle class. we heard statements he made behind closed doors. he is against women having choices. he is against people going around trying to help people with fema. he wanted to get rid of that. america, please open your eyes. he will not let you use your library cards. god is looking at every one of us. republicans claim that they are so christian, but you should be more about helping our fellow man. host: today is a very big day on the jobs front. here is a headline -- the politics of jobs report #46, there have been 45 monthly employment reports since obama was inaugurated. number 46 will be the biggest of them all. that jobs report comes out later this morning. we will have the numbers when they come out and will be discussing them and breaking them down and the last segment today. continuin
. louisiana number two florida is third. georgia's at 24, alabama at 23, tennessee at 22,000, and then north carolina, south carolina, arkansas and finally look at that, we've got kind of a blue state in colorado in the bottom of the top 10 there. now, it's interesting, because most of these states in the top 10 are takers, not makers. that's the language that the republicans love to talk in, right? they actually have done studies on how much they give to the federal government and how much they give back. first of the top 10 states give more to the federal government than they receive. arkansas is 73 cents and colorado at 91 cents. now let's look at the takers, the red toyota always complain about the federal government but all they do is mooch off of it. here's that list. >> look at alabama! moochers! takers! losers! south carolina, taking, taking, taking, $1.92. speaking of tennessee their congressman zack wamp i lamb wanted to call him swamp, would be somewhat appropriate said this: >> cenk: look, the reality is i love a lot of these southern states. i've been to tennessee many times, lo
from tennessee left the republican leadership a year, year and a half ago because he said he wanted more freedom to do what is right. you've got another senator from tennessee, bob corker who is often talked about on issues of cli carbohydrate change. -- of climate change. >> jennifer: he's good on electric vehicles. he was instrumental of getting it to come to tennessee. the day after the election, majority leader harry reid said he was going to seek filibuster reform. let's take a listen. >> i think that the rules have been abused and that we're going to work to change -- do away with the filibuster, but we're going to make the senate a more meaningful place. make it so that we can get things done. >> jennifer: what kind of filibuster reform would eliminate the abuse we've seen from republicans recently but still protect legislative minorities? >> i think the only way to do this that has any shot of working is to set in motion a filibuster reform which says in five years the threshold comes down from 60
including oklahoma senator coburn, arizona's john mccain, south carolina's graham, idaho's crapo, tennessee's alexander, and georgia's sam bliss. it is not that they have all become antipledge, more like, well, antisweeping pledge. particularly the party of that pledge that called for resisting any move to end any tax break. to hear georgia's chambliss, too rigid, too inflexible, noting times have changed significantly, and i care more about my country than i do about a to-year-old pledge. if so, so what now? norquist in a second, to bob on republicans increasingly happy to make grover the grinch. what do we make of this? what is going on? >>guest: republicans lost the election. it was about tax policy. most republicans want to get a deal they have to give something up. they will want something in run so if they bend on taxes they will want an entitlement reform, so, that is the rub, but, republicans do not want to raise the rates with you they want to eliminate the tax loopholes and bay down the debt. that would break grover's pledge. >>neil: i have the pledge, something that a lot of the
. hieshg was caught unaware with snowfall. sandy dumped a record snowfall. tennessee when he became trapped, rescuers braved the cold, wind and snow to track him down. abc's clayton sandell has the story. >> reporter: steven amesworth was running out of time. >> i felt that i wouldn't make it through one night. >> reporter: he set monday in tennessee on the final leg of 2,000 mile hike, but superstorm sandy hit unexpectedly fast. dropping record levels of snow. he was stranded in a tiny shelter for three days. liking to safety impossible. >> it took me eight hours to go about a mile and a quarter. >> reporter: with food and water running out and unable to feel his freezing feet, he needed help. his phone managed just enough signal to reach 911. >> i was in pretty tough shape at that point. >> reporter: deep so snow blocked rescuers on the ground. so, on friday, this tennessee highway patrol sergeant and his team took to the skies. >> we were able to follow his footprints in the snow for approximately a mile and a half. >> reporter: but conditions turned treacherous. >> the winds were really
for you. sfirs senator bob corker of tennessee on the plan he has to avoid the fiscal cliff right here on "weekends with alex witt." [ male announcer ] this is anna, her long day teaching the perfect swing begins with back pain and a choice. take advil, and maybe have to take up to four in a day. or take aleve, which can relieve pain all day with just two pills. good eye. can you help me with something? nope! good talk. [ male announcer ] or free windows 8 training when you buy a computer at staples. another way staples makes it easier to upgrade. >>> next friday congressional leaders of both parties head to the white house. the president invited them to work on solving the impending fiscal cliff. nbc white house correspondent mike viqueira is joining me live. >> hello, alex. >> what's been the response from republicans to this invitation? >> both sides say they want compromise, but there doesn't appear to be any common ground on one very big issue, and that is how much should the wealthy pay in taxes? the stakes couldn't be higher. analysts say if they can't come to an agreement by th
cloudy tennessee kns. an area of low pressure now, look, can you see that line where the rain changes to sleet and snow, that is a side sweep with leaving us with increasing clouds tomorrow is an and a chance of rain drops monday night. nothing meshl. look at our -- measurable. look at our morning hours, partly to cloudy skies. the further south you are, the more sunshine you will experience during the day and the temperatures will reflect that. around the state tomorrow, many people enjoying a holiday. upper 40s in the greater lake tahoe area, 78 in fresno. low 60s around the peninsula. 66 in mar gan hill. east of the bay, into discovery bay warmest location. and in black haushgs 58, and san francisco tops off at 60 which is still four degrees below average. this is what i mean by sun settled, once this brushes the coast, it leaves us with partly cloudy skies tuesday and then a second impulse comes through wednesday leaving us with possible rain showers thursday, friday and maybe going to saturday and sunday. . >> all right, rain on the way, bring it. >> thank you so much. >> a nu
officer: from illinois. mr. durbin: i see me two colleagues on the floor here from tennessee as well as louisiana. i have one more brief statement, if i could make it, if that would be acceptable. ms. landrieu: i would ask [inaudible] please. the presiding officer: without objection. mr. durbin: to what? the presiding officer: the senator has requested that a staff area be er be permitted t- mr. alexander: thank you, mr. president. i just didn't hear what was shade. the presiding officer: without objection. mr. durbin: mr. president, i want to say a word about the tragedy woi kur which occurred n benghazi, libya, where we lost our dedicated ambassador and three other american lives. it was an awful thing. it has been years, decades since we lost an ambassador in service to our country, and it is something that we are looking at with a great deal of sadness and sorrow that these individuals who dedicated their lives to america were killed in the course of duty. but this has gone from a tragedy in benghazi to a major political debate in america. part of it was explainable because it wa
performance look at kelley in dame dame. he notre dame. and like derec dooly of tennessee earns the same as chemy and their team is terrible. he's not generating the revenue. but you have to look at what john said. a lot of times, people make donations to the school. like if you want to buy season tickets to the basketball or football program, you have to make huge donations to the school. they fund other programs beside football. we'll hear from a princeton grad. what do you think, steve? >> you have to pay for talent in sports and in business the real reason college costs are going up is the bloat of the administrative costs and scott brown in massachusetts was right when he reported that senator warren was making 4--ing you to -- $300 to teach one course. >> with certain viewers, i will cut them all the way to zero. and i think that the football program should be moved into a for profit subsidary. the university is for learning and football you do on your own time like going to the pool hall. >> john, what do you think of that solution? >> it is ridiculous. look at what happened to us
electricity charges. the european union has give tennessee green light to start trade talks with japan. nhk has the details. sdplp trade ministers agree that they will start talks with japan. they made a decision at their decision on thursday. the talks between the eu and japan are now expected to get under way early next year. if the deal is concluded it will create a massive free trade block. the economy will account for more than one-third of the global gross domestic product. some members are still cautious about the plan. they claim ja nan is not doing enough to remove tariff barriers. others such as france and italy are concerned about the japanese vehicles. in response to these objections the european commission has included the clause in its basic policy that the eu could break off the top any time. that japan is not doing enough to open up its market a year after the talks get started. eu trade commissioner made clear that he will keep a tough stance during negotiations. >> let's not be anxious. europe is not naive. >> reporter: he wants to expand trade in an attempt to overcome th
, that blue sheeting dipping down into kentucky and tennessee. a very cold air coming in behind this front and it will stick around for quite some time. tonight, you will see the temperatures drop down even more. we are talking mid-30's out there. sunset is early as well, so the temperatures will drop pretty quickly after 4:53. that is the official sunset. it is going to be called. slowly warming up to 56 on friday. notice the temperatures next week. near the freezing mark. and we have the potential for rain returning next week. >> and i am from valley view farm's to answer your questions. >> these are great winter bloo mers. they are in indoor plant, but they can take temperatures 65, 60. in my house, it is rarely above 60. and they come in purple, so they are good for ravens fans. >> let's go to the questions. ice plant -- i planted in this history in my front yard. is doing wonderful. -- it is doing wonderful. >> they are fine outdoors, the tropical hi this is with those wonderful flowers -- >> bring it in now. >> exactly. >> it is going to be cold tonight. my flowers are -- how do i pr
game. regular open game against tennessee next week. there. anthony right he is firing up a three ball at the buzzer. 16 in the first quarter. they led -- they go on to quiet the miami heat. friday night lights, our plate of the night. ball and- he gets the it goes. he made it looks easy. that will be a touchdown. check outforget to sports final tonight news channel 8. >> good to see you. charlie rose: will you endorse president obama? colin powell: yes.n hen he took over we were in one of the... worst recessions we had seen in recent times... close to a depressio and i saw, over the next several years, stabilization... come back in the financial community. housing is starting to picup. the president saved the auto industry. and the actions he taken with respect to... protecting us from terrorism have been very, very solid. and so, i think we ought to keep on the track that we are on. president obama: i'm barack obama and... i approve this message oil done at $1 for every person who likes are a facebook page. -- will d >> finally some sunshine in the next couple of days. week it habeen
maryland had 24 to 30- inches. gatlinburg, tennessee, had 34- inches with sandy. that is impressive. all right. headlines. gold star, maybe a morning sprinkle north of town. a jacket required, a good idea for both you and the kids, a breezy to windy tomorrow. we'll see kinds winds in excess of 25 miles per hour. you will need your sunglasses in the morning and friday afternoon. so, overnight, we'll see mostly cloudy, breezy and cold. winds westerly at 10 to 15. by morning, becoming partly sunny. again, could see a sprinkle, 30s and 40s. winds west-northwest. high around 55, and the weather alerts, green, green, green, 54 and a sprinkle, 53 on saturday, we have the walk or autism speaks. we lower temperatures to only 53 but try. next 7 days, monday we'll keep it cool, mid 50s. still watching a storm off the coast on wednesday and thursday next week. right now we'll just say cold and maybe cloudy on thursday with highs in the 40s. >>> all right. we'll have sports in just a minute. . >>> and now, 9 sports. >>> the redskins well aware a loss this sunday eliminates hopes for a post-season run
in kingston, tennessee, until a retention pool buckled, shooting a billion gallons of coal ash into the river and engulfing area homes. [ticking] >> the oilmen up there aren't digging holes in the sand and hoping for a spout. they're digging up dirt-- dirt which is saturated with oil. they're called oil sands, and if you've never heard of them, you're in for a big surprise, because the reserves are so vast that they'll help solve america's energy needs for the next century. [ticking] >> if you were waiting for the day global warming would change the world, that day is here. it's happening far from civilization's notice in a place about as remote as you can get. >> welcome to 60 minutes on cnbc. i'm steve kroft. we live on an increasingly endangered planet, from the glaciers of antarctica to the rich prairie lands of canada. and the ultimate disaster may be financial as well as environmental. later in this episode, scott pelley reports from antarctica on the wide-ranging effects of global warming. and later bob simon has a story from canada on the environmental damage caused by the next great
it's not always the case. one tennessee company is actually turning to its customers to make their processes more efficient. >> they were there from the beginning. >> it was a fabulous experience. >> they said to me we can create something beautiful. >> they are the definition of satisfied customers. >> i had confidence that they knew exactly what to do. >> they each turned to memphis, tennessee mid-south metal fabricators for work at their homes. >> they built a covering for our porch. >> they did the front gates. they did on both balconies front and rear and my favorite the iron gates in the wine cellar. >> annette is build agnew house and wanted an original railing for a staircase. >> i came hire because i wanted options. >> while their needs were different the customer experience they got was the exact same. >> they wanted input from us of course and welcoming of it. >> roberta and the owners for over two decades pride themselves of making their business more personal. >> it's something we've always offered to people. you have customers that want to take a very active par
of energy for the tennessee valley now. this will force the development of an area of low pressure later tomorrow off the coast of the carolinas. a very intense nor'easter will develop. how close to shore it will form and where will it go? it could be good news for our area west of the chesapeake bay. i don't think there is any escaping the profound effect from the delaware coastline all the way up into new england. if it moves the wrong way, it could do more damage over portions of the new jersey coast line in southern new england as well. for the moment, most of the viewing area will get some rain and gusty weather and maybe a few wet snowflakes mixed in. tomorrow the high pressure will be well entrenched to the north. here comes the development through the day tomorrow. it will make a little turn thursday morning a little more toward the southern new england coastline. our weather will be a walk in the park compared to what could potentially happen in the mid- atlantic and the northeast coast wednesday and thursday. a freeze warrantor 9:00 a.m. tomorrow mid 40's at midday and upper 40
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in pennsylvania. the state of rhode island is being called for barack obama. and in tennessee, another high profile senate race between bob corker and mark clafen. tennessee is called for mitt romney. >> a lot of states closed in just the few minutes. this is a busy moment. let's get to john harwood for reaction on the closings. >> we're seeing the coloring in of the map in the northeast and the south for mitt romney and barack obama with states that we knew that they were going to take. this is what we talked about at 6:30. the way you fill in those states with the base for both parties. the two that ever really giants that are really, really important to the outcome, we're talking about florida. too close to call. that's 29 electoral votes. mitt romney absolutely has to have those to win the white house. and then you have the state of pennsylvania. now, pennsylvania has potential for being a place that mitt romney could get around the state of ohio which has been difficult for him. he's made a last-minute play in the state. barack obama's lead, if he can hold it, would be consistent with
on the economic challenges ahead with two senators, maryland democrat ben cardin and tennessee republican bob corker. >> woodruff: then, ray suarez has the latest on the surprise resignation of cia chief david petraeus after admitting to an extra-marital affair. >> brown: it's still cold and dark in many new jersey homes. special correspondent rick karr follows utility crews as they work to turn the electricity back on. >> access to these lines is quite difficult, cutting through peoples' backyards. you may come in one and cross four oer yards just to get to your job site. >> woodruff: plus mark shields and david brooks analyze the week's news. that's all ahead on tonight's newshour. >> major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: intel >> music is a universal language. but when i was in an accident, i was worried the healthcare system spoke on with all its own. with united healthcare, i got help that treat my life, information on my phone, connection to doctors who get where i'm from, and tools to estimate what my care may cost. so i never missed a beat. >> we're more than 78,000
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